520 GALEOPITHECUS consists of a Himalayan and Bornean, and of a Japanese species, which have not webbed feet, but have a tail with a fringe of elongated hairs. Nectogcdz elegctns is one of the characteristic animals of the "Thibetan plateau. It has webbed feet. Tho teeth are as in Ohimarrogale I f- C J Pin -J- M -§-. The other genera are terrestrial in habit. SUB-ORDER 2. DERMOPTEHA. The family G-aleopitiiecidae contains but one genus, which has been at times referred to the Lemurs, to the Bats, or has been FIQ. 253.—Galeopitheciits volans. (After Vogt and Specht.) made the type of a special order of mammals. It is better to regard it as an aberrant Insectivore—so different indeed from other forms that it requires a special sub-order for its reception.